It seems like everyone has an opinion on Abrams’ controversial decision to tweak the Khan storyline, but what does the man who directed Wrath of Khan think about the modern-day sequel?
If you thought last week's sneak peek into the Star Trek Into Darkness blooper reel was hilarious, then you’re in for a treat. If you thought it wasn't ... well, you're still in for a treat.
J.J. Abrams’ latest Star Trek sequel took things in a much darker direction, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t have a ton of fun behind the scenes.
The deleted and alternate scenes from Star Trek Into Darkness have leaked out, showing off a ton of alien action and ... a Klingon dance party?
From The Dark Knight Rises to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Star Trek Into Darkness - filmmakers have gone out of their way to keep fans in the dark. Is that a good thing?
Engage these 14 sleek starship images from the hit J.J. Abrams sequel.
Fans were admittedly divided about the execution of Star Trek Into Darkness, but it’s hard to argue that the film kicked a boatload of ass in the action department.
Remember that Star Trek Into Darkness shower scene J.J. Abrams showed on Conan back in May? You know, the one where Benedict Cumberbatch was naked and brooding?
Following Abrams' admission he that was wrong about keeping Khan a secret on Star Trek Into Darkness the man himself, Benedict Cumberbatch, swoops in to the rescue.
J.J. Abrams thinks he could have handled Star Trek's Khan reveal a little better. He's wondering if the secret did more harm than good.